E.M. Leino is a professional trading company founded in 1945. We serve the North European industry with state-of-the-art industrial equipment and related services in the following three business segments:

1) Pressure equipment for severe service

2) Fire and smoke protection closures

3) Industrial 3D marking solutions

We are the local market leader for several distinct niche products within these business segments. Our office and abundant storage of spare parts and supplies are based in Helsinki, Finland.


Our in-depth knowledge in the planning, localization, delivery, installation, fine-tuning, ramp-up and service of the equipment is at your service!


E.M. Leino Oy celebrated its 70 years jubilee in 2015. We take pride in fostering long terms relationships with our customers as well as with our strong network of trade partners from Germany, UK, Belgium and the USA. Some of these have already lasted for half a century.


Our experienced team of sales professionals and engineers have strong technical knowledge, a dedication to quality as well as a hunger to learn more that all contribute to a flexible customer service.

General Conditions of Sale

Our quotations and sales contracts are subject to the Finnish Technical Traders' General Conditions of Sale (TK Yleiset 2010 EN) unless otherwise agreed in writing.

Our main trade partners in alphabetical order:

USA High pressure valves
Denmark Digital load cells, weighing systems and terminals, scales
Germany Sewer cleaning nozzles
USA Laboratory autoclaves and high pressure valves, fittings and tubing
USA Quick coupling
USA Air-driven high pressure pumps, air boosters and gas boosters
Germany Fire protection closures
Germany Pad printing machines and lasers for industrial marking
USA & UK Laser marking systems
Germany High pressure pumps and systems
Belgium Pumps

100% Family-owned business

The Strongest in Finland certificate - solid proof of E.M. Leino's creditworthiness issued by

Contractor’s obligations and liability – a way to ensure that E.M. Leino discharges its statutory obligations